At a time when all creative people are longing to perform for an audience after nearly a year of staying at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Kevin Bacon figured out a way to rock out a little bit while staying safe. The City on a Hill star posted the latest chapter in his lockdown “Goat Songs” series on Monday (Dec. 28), in which he plays a folky, acoustic version of Radiohead’s iconic 1995 breakthrough hit “Creep” on acoustic guitar in a barn as an adorable baby goat nibbles on the sleeve of his flannel shirt.
“The goats were insisting, so I had to try,” the actor captioned the clip. Previous “Goat Songs” rambles have included takes on Frank Ocean’s “Thinkin’ Bout You,” the Beach Boys’ “Don’t Worry Baby,” a duet with daughter Sosie on 4 Non Blondes’ “What’s Up,” and the Beatles’ “Norwegian Wood,” all in an effort to find just the right soundtrack for his beloved farm friends.
Bacon, who occasionally tours and records with his brother Michael as the Bacon Brothers, released the album The Way We Love in July.